Note: if you specify a non-existent option, then the configure scripts will proceed without warning.For example, if you inadvertently specify no-sslv2 rather than no-ssl2 no-ssl3, the script will configure with SSLv2 and without warning for the unknown no-sslv2.
Although mostly all applications can be configured to work with Windows 7, there are a few that either will not work or work better if they are running on Windows XP.
A good example may be that a custom application was built on Microsoft Access XP.
are slightly different between Open SSL 1.0.2 and below, and Open SSL 1.1.0 and above.
The rule of thumb to use when you want something that "just works" for all recent versions of Open SSL, including Open SSL 1.0.2 and 1.1.0, is: when Open SSL versions are not binary compatible.
SSLv2 is completely broken, and you should disable it during configuration.
You can disable protocols and provide other options through , and the following lists some of them.
The big difference is that, this time, it will be available to both Windows XP and Windows 7.
The following steps will get you through it easily.
since it contains the commands and specifies the behavior by the development team.
Open SSL uses a custom build system to configure the library. For example, the second generation abandons the monolithic The Open SSL source code can be downloaded from Open SSL Source Tarballs or any suitable ftp mirror. The repository is $ ./config Operating system: x86_64-whatever-linux2 Configuring for linux-x86_64 Configuring for linux-x86_64 no-ec_nistp_64_gcc_128 [default] OPENSSL_NO_EC_NISTP_64_GCC_128 (skip dir) no-gmp [default] OPENSSL_NO_GMP (skip dir) no-jpake [experimental] OPENSSL_NO_JPAKE (skip dir) no-krb5 [krb5-flavor not specified] OPENSSL_NO_KRB5 ...
NOTE: If in doubt, on Unix-ish systems use './config'.